Probably Squeeze's weakest latter-day single, 1981's "Is That Love?" is definitely Squeeze-by-numbers, and a peculiar choice for a second single from the group's strongest album. ("In Quintessence," "Piccadilly" or even the country-flavored "Labelled With Love" would have been a more appropriate choice.) Chris Difford's lyrics are unusually weak, with the usual wicked turns of phrase and clever metaphors replaced by labored puns that rarely come off, and Glenn Tilbrook's melody is one of the least memorable on East Side Story. The song is saved, just, by the rollicking arrangement, based on a pair of galloping acoustic guitars and punctuated by a bridge with some great Difford and Tilbrook harmonies. It's still a weird choice for a single, though.